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  1. Default kuhli loaches and elephant nose?


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    Hi, I'm a newbi with tanks and to the forums so i'll just throw my question out there. I have 5 kuhli loaches and i just bought an elephant nose today and i noticed that my kuhli loaches and picking at the elephant's fins. Are these loaches not good with elephants or is it
    because he's new?

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    what is your tank size?
    do you have other fish?

    what are your water parameters? ammonia/nitrite/nitrate?

    and welcome to the forum, we are happy to help

  3. #3

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    Elephant nose don't mix well with a lot of other species and they need a big amount of space.

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    I had my water tested at my local shop and its fine. I have a 55 gallon long and along with the fish i listed above, i have a pleco, 2 small clown loaches, 2 jurupari and one long finned oscar.

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    do you have the actual parameters?
    Fine is a bit vague. My local shop said my water tests fine (when I was cycling and had .5ppm ammonia...so thats why we need #'s)

    and sadly, you're tank will run into issues very fast with your current stock.
    an oscar needs a 75gallon at the minimum b/c of the size requirements-physically it wont be able to turn around in a 55gallon tank. see image link... http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-TE0pl1SL1F...+2011%2529.jpg

    pleco=which kind?

    clown loaches=need at least 90-100gallon tank because they get to be 12 inches long: see on this link...http://www.loaches.com/species-index.../image_preview

    and your elephant fish can't fit in a tank that size either, they get 10+ inches.
    your jurupari get 10inches.

    so your loaches are picking on the fish
    but your oscar will destroy your khuli's, clowns, and have a extreme battle with your jurupari....

  6. #6

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    0 Not allowed!
    Shops always say it's fine, as long as it's still liquid.

    As mizzou says, your stocking is so bad you shouldn't make it worse by adding yet another unsuitable fish.

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